Stephen Cloud was born in Northern California. He is the eldest of two sons. Stephen played in the Little League World Series and at age twelve was rated in the top five baseball players in the United States by the Sporting News Magazine. At age thirteen Stephen was watching a friend audition as the director went personally up to Stephen and asked him to audition for the lead. Forbidden by his parents to continue working as an actor, Stephen trained on his own and auditioned for U.S.C.'s 8th rated in the United States acting program. He was one of eight whom were accepted. Stephen was cast in three plays in his first semester at U.S.C. Because of the complaints of the other students whom did not get cast in any play, U.S.C. changed the rule forever stating that only "one play per semester is allowed per student." Stephen was nominated for best actor for his performance as Pirendello's "The Son" in Six Characters in Search of an Author." Whilst attending U.S.C. Stephen was compared to such actors as the young James Dean & the young Marlon Brando. Stephen has also studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (Robert Redford, Danny De Vito, etc.) Stephen's highlights on stage began when he was accepted to the world renown acting school the Drama Centre London in England (Pierce Brosnan, Diana Rigg, Ben Kingsley, etc.) Stephen performed on stage at the Cottesloe Theatre (part of the Royal National Theatre,) as the role of Lewis Carol in the production Alice in the Underground. Whilst in England, Stephen worked again as a D.J. for BBC radio Norfolk, and was a series regular on the Roy Waller Show. Roy Waller was voted England's Best National Radio Talk Show host in 2001.
Stephen has now moved back to Los Angeles, where he previously appeared in various films, commercials, television shows, theatre, and radio. Stephen Cloud is represented by Diverse Talent Group. For more information on Stephen Cloud stay informed on our web site, sign in on our guest book, or contact Diverse Talent Group for any professional information.